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I swear I am DONE with Eero

I have 5 homes with Eero Pro routers in each one. The number of routers in each home varies from 2 to 4 depending on the square footage. I have spent a literal fortune on Eero already and all I have gotten is poor WiFi speeds if not connected to an Ethernet connected unit, inconsistent app output, 2 burned out power adapters, and a lot of double-talk from Eero support. Why, you ask, am I still using Eero?.? Only 2 reasons: reliability and Eero Secure+. Otherwise I would have kicked Eero to the curb long ago!

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  • UPDATE: 3 Eero Pro routers in my primary residence have been replaced with 3 Tp-link X60 WiFi 6 routers in Access Point mode that are connected to a Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine with ALL security features maxed out and its internal WiFi turned off. Browsing and app performance is notably better than the previous all-Eero setup.

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      • 13 days ago
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      Kdcdq Are the TP-Link APs wired in, or wirelessly uplinked? Were the eeros they replaced in the same wired/wireless config?

      What are "poor WiFi speeds" for you?

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  • The x60 mesh access points are configured exactly like the Eero Pro units: one Ethernet connected unit and 2 wireless units, all to cover appx 4500 square feet. The Ubiquiti Dream Machine is connected to a 1 gigabit Comcast Connection.

    I was getting speeds of 100-150 Megabytes per second per device when connected to a wireless access point.

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